— Tammy “Sunny” Sytch is scheduled to appear in court today in New Haven, CT after being arrested for the sixth time over the last year on Friday evening. She was arrested over the weekend for violating an order of protection independent wrestler Damien Darling took out after their first domestic issues led to her initial arrest. Darling and Sytch have publicly stated on their Facebook pages that they are now engaged
Sytch’s attorney, Rob Serafinowicz stated that, “Sytch had permission from the court” to have discussions with Darling, due to the fact that they were trying to repair their relationship. Serafinowicz claimed that Sytch was called over by Darling to meet with him, but that Darling called the police following an argument.
Serafinowicz also claims that Sytch had suffered two broken ribs and substantial bruising by the time she had “left the scene,” but did not make any explanation for how the injuries occurred. Sytch filed an assault complaint with the Brantford, CT police department.
Sytch is currently in an outpatient program after leaving a WWE sponsored rehab in early January.
— Hardcore Roadtrip sent out the following today…
Saturday morning Hardcore Roadtrip was informed that after having Stevie Richards booked since October that he would no longer be able to fulfill his commitment to the upstart promotion! He joins a list of former ECW Talent that has cancelled on the company including Blue Meanie and Missy Hyatt.
To replace The Blue Meanie Hardcore Roadtrip went out and grabbed former ECW Star AL Snow as the replacement, and now they have landed recently released TNA wrestler Kid Kash! Kid Kash is a former ECW TV Champion and still a great talent. Company officials issued a statement saying they were excited to see Kid Kash step into Stevie Richards spot in the 8 man tournament! Also in the tournament is CW Anderson, Pitbull 1 Gary Wolf, Axl Rotten, Vito The Skull Lograsso, “The Kingpin” Angel, Jason Knight, with one more open spot still to be filled.
Even with these changes the promotion feels that there lineup for both shows in London, ON Canada is a very strong one headlined by 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Sabu in the first show at Banned in the USA! Other talent booked include Devon Dudley, Scott Steiner, The Sandman, Raven, as well as current TNA Stars Christian York and Joey Ryan!
Tickets are still available at http://www.HardcoreRoadtrip.ca
— Absolute Intense Wrestling will debut on iPPV on March 1st, here is the latest announcement on the debut event…
On March 1, 2013, Absolute Intense Wrestling makes its long-awaited iPPV debut with Girls Night Out 8, live from Cleveland, Ohio, at 7:30 pm. For details on how to order, visit Smart Mark Video at smvod.com!
AIW’s all-woman card has grown leaps and bounds since its inception, and, for its iPPV debut, we’re proud to announce that the main event of the evening will be the first ever Girls Night Out ladder match, with a shot at the AIW Women’s Championship on the line. Eight women will enter Turners Hall looking for a championship opportunity, but only four will get in, and only one can win. It’s called “Climb the Ranks,” a one night mini tournament designed to find out just who the most deserving woman on the AIW roster is. At press time, all four Climb the Ranks qualifying matches have been announced, and they are:
Sassy Steph vs. Taylor Made
Veda Scott vs. Leva Bates
“Crazy” Mary Dobson vs. Annie Social
Athena vs. Kimber Lee
In addition to the Climb the Ranks tournament and ladder match, The Social Network (Heidi Lovelace and Nikki St. John) will take on Angeldust and K.C. Warfield, Addy Star will make her Absolute Intense Wrestling debut, and the reigning and defending AIW Women’s Champion Allysin Kay will defend her title against a MYSTERY OPPONENT.
Girls Night Out has been no stranger to marquee independent women’s wrestling matches over the past year. If you saw Hailey Hatred vs. Sara Del Rey from Girls Night Out 7 or the Steel Cage and Fans Bring the Weapons clashes between Allysin Kay and Mia Yim, then you know what to expect from Girls Night Out 8. If you can’t make it to Cleveland to take part in the live experience, please join us via iPPV on March 1. A stream costs $14.99 and can be viewed AS MANY TIMES AS YOU LIKE. To witness the most intense women’s wrestling in the United States from the comfort of your home, visit smvod.com and order Girls Night Out 8 today!
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